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About A Year in Ink, Volume 10, from Judy Reeves, Editor

Posted by on Jul 19, 2016 in Blog, Fresh Ink, Inklings | Comments Off on About A Year in Ink, Volume 10, from Judy Reeves, Editor

A Note from Judy Reeves, Editor, A Year in Ink, Vol 10 Our 10th Edition of A Year in Ink holds special importance to me. Not that all editions aren’t special, but this year marks an anniversary—ten years of publishing collections that showcase the finest work of our community of writers. With Vol. 10, A Year in Ink will be a decade-long archive representative of who we are and what we have to say through our fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and memoirs. Our editors...

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07/14 Thursday Writers: 10th Anniversary Celebration & Anthology (Free Event)

Posted by on Jul 13, 2016 in Blog, Fresh Ink, Inklings | Comments Off on 07/14 Thursday Writers: 10th Anniversary Celebration & Anthology (Free Event)

We hope you will join us for the launch of our new “Thursday Writers Anthology, Volume 2”! We are celebrating the publication of this lively collection of flash written at Thursday Writers, and our ten-year anniversary at Lestat’s West. Come hear these dynamic and surprising stories read by the authors. If you have been following the posts on this site of readers from our five-year anniversary party, you know what a great night it’s going to...

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Writing as a tool for relaxation by Alex Nazimov-Davis

Posted by on Jul 11, 2016 in Blog, Fresh Ink, Inklings | Comments Off on Writing as a tool for relaxation by Alex Nazimov-Davis

As a student in high school, soon to be college, writing is a way to keep myself sane in a sense. With the amount of things I have to worry about and work on, writing allows me an escape from my normally hectic day. Anytime I feel overwhelmed by a workload or stress, 15 straight minutes of writing allows me that peace I need. The beauty of fiction writing is that you are thrown into a world of your own design and your own pace. I usually try find time to write every...

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Rethinking Writing by Rhys Lee

Posted by on Jul 11, 2016 in Blog, Fresh Ink | Comments Off on Rethinking Writing by Rhys Lee

I’ve recently been thinking about my writing. I think a lot of times we writers don’t think about it. We know how we write and we stick to that. However, conducting an interview with Roger Aplon and Seretta Martin (both poets who are going to be doing a class with SDWI) has recently forced me to rethink my own poetry. There are so many different ways of doing poetry out in the world, and I haven’t really branched out to any of them. What new ways can I portray the...

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Intern Urges: Why YOU Should Submit to A Year in Ink, Volume Ten! by Anna Johnson

Posted by on Jul 6, 2016 in Blog, Fresh Ink, Inklings | Comments Off on Intern Urges: Why YOU Should Submit to A Year in Ink, Volume Ten! by Anna Johnson

I’ve been an intern at San Diego Writers, Ink for four wonderful months. In my time, I’ve not only learned a lot about the inner workings of a nonprofit organization, but also received some wonderful guidance from the people here at San Diego Writers, Ink. As an aspiring poet, this advice has been invaluable and incredibly appreciated.   This year’s volume of San Diego Writers, Ink’s anthology, A Year in Ink, Volume Nine, is a wonderful collection of flash...

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